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of the circumstances it will happen and cannot change. he's an awesome, loving god who desires to give us promises by which we're to live. and if you think about it for a moment, many people wonder why god doesn't answer their prayer? one of the primary reasons is they ask for things that are not the will of god. and secondly, they doubt. and one of the primary reasons why people doubt god answering their petition, they don't have any foundation for it. that is, they ask. it's a matter of feeling and hoping and wishing but no foundation. if you're asking god to give you guidance in some area or if it's something you need in your life, you need, listen, to put a foundation to that so you can get anchored in that. you need to have a promise from god's word. there's many promises in god's word. there's a promise for every single solitary thing you and i need is here. i can recall one of the most significant times in my life when i was really searching the lord to know his will for my life about the holy spirit. and i was getting ready to begin teaching in a bible institute as well as pastoring the ch
. >> virginia state police used automaticed license plate readers back in 2009. according to the dispatch the secret service requested it to be used at the entrance of the pentagon meant as an extra lar of security. the license plate readers used state wide since 2006 used to detect stolen cars and fugitives. >> the chaos and carnage in egypt is heightning debates to u.s. aid to the country. the u.s. gives 1.5 billion dollars a year to egypt's aid. aid to egypt temporarily stopped. that is not accurate. >> aid is on going and no determination or conclusion of that review has been reached at this point. >> there is a bucket of remaining money 585 million that has not been obligated. >> thousandands died in the last week in battles against the military and supporters of ousted president muhammad. >> a british newspaper says it was forceed sgroi information provide by edward snowden. this is days after the same sex partner of the guardian reporter covering the story was detain indeed a london airport. catherine has a look where things stand tonight. >> guardian's editor says british au
in the anacoste river. ri fox 5's lauren demarco joinsoins us. >> reporter: the investigationhe is ongoing tonight but the family tells us that the victim was fishing off of the seewall at the water front with hiss brother and a friend. he went into the water too retrieve a tennis shoe. family friend says according to the men with him jewely mendez threw off his shoes to keep them from getting wet but one fell into the water and he jumpedded. fortunately they did get get themselves out and were able to call for help. this happened around 2:30 this afternoon. more than half a dozen of teaches from prince gor george's county searched by air and boat for two hours. the tide was coming in. divers sizing sonar found theoud victim in nine feet of water. >> that one individual went under and as unable to get himself up. it's a murky area, silty. sil when it's at low tide, it's four feet but it's a silty area. it's like quick sand and peopled think they can get out of that and they can't. >> the official cause of dentf will be determined by autopsy. from what the family told us this sounds like a tragic d
calvert county, maryland. send us your selfies. let's check in with tucker barnes students are dealing with fog. >> yeah, it will be with us for the next couple of hours until 10:00. off to the west, reports of visibility reduced to less than a quarter of a mile, 62 dulles, bwi marshall 62°. going to show you satellite radar picture. the sun just getting going, once we get the sun up, should be a bright and beautiful afternoon with warmer temperatures and humidity. we are expecting mid to upper 80s, noticeably warmer than yesterday. heaviest of the fog is off to the south. culpeper manassas heavy fog, 66, hagerstown heavy fog as well. we should see the fog gradually dissipate. sunshine by afternoon. maybe 88 for daytime high. that is weather. let's get to julie wright and the roads. >> fog is definitely causing problems, delays eastbound 66. out of manassas, the fog is lifting a tad bit. headed in from business 234 out to the rest area. check out the drive on 395, northbound in the clear, so to speak of weather that is. volume definitely slowing you down headed out to semi
a collage. i just put this app on my phone. very cool. she is giving us the whole view there, i love it. have a good school year. >> keep in mind we want to see your back to school selfieselfi. send them #backtoschoolselfie. >> kids are on the cutting edge style wise as long as it is good taste. >> they are on the cutting edge, you have to keep them in line. on this side of the cutting edge. >> keep the selfies coming. >> temporarily dressing for summertime next couple of days. >> could be tomorrow, back in a tank top and sweater with the summer. >> might be complicated with three girls? >> i am talking about summer, the weather has been cold and warm. >> i am talking about girls. >> they are almost independent. >> still have to keep an eye on them. >> we are looking great. again dress summary, hit the pool, we are running out of time. 72 in washington. new york and boston 73°. upper 80s near 90. warmed up quickly yesterday once we get rid of the fog. the fog is back particularly south and west of the city, manassas, culpeper, warrenington. little cloud cover, partly sunny. off to nor
to discuss thehat meeting exact dealings of these delegate members, committee's chairman told us they would have to proceed in a closed door session. we were asked to leave. dwyer arrested tuesday morning by anarondo county. he was swerving and going 70. dwyer claimed he only had two beers. officer reported smelling alcohol and indication he was under the influence of alcohol. he refused breathalyzer case that would determine the exact level. dwyer pleaded guilty to operating a boat after an accident that injured several people. he appealed 30 day jail sentence and today the chairman and members of the ethics committee told us they are going to wait for dwyer's legal process to play out. but clearly said he needs to seriously reconsider his future here as a maryland lawmakers. >> all of it is very credible. i think delegate dwyer has to make very important personal decisions in the very near future. >> he needs to present himself for what is best for his district and look at himself in terms of what is in the best interest. >> meanwhile today in annapolis, republican delicate wade catch ad
of thought about what the u.s. attorney's office will be. they are picking his replacement in two months. it could have a major impact on what voters decide. >> nsa admitted to breaking privacy rules. after a leaked audit revealed it happened thousands of times last year, one republican senator wants the court to step in. the british government gave the u.s. advanced information. miranda detained under antiterror legislation yesterday. closing arguments in the sentencing part of the bradley manning trial. army private could get up to 90 years in prison. the judge said they were dangerous. manning found guilty of espionage, theft and computer fraud. unrest raging in egypt nearly a week after government crack down of protesters of ousting of president morsi. >> former president morsi will be held for 30 dies. white house is calling for his release. >> it would include politically motivated detention of former president morsi. >> morsi led muslim brotherhood to sitting camps by the interim government. that violence has killed hundreds around the country. >> as president obama has said, we a
leader leaves hundreds of people dead. >> we'll discuss the situation in the region and the us response with republican congressman of new york and senator rumenthal of connecticut. >>> the obama is forced to play defense. >> this is no longer a political debate. this is what we call the law. >> the president claims that this law is working the way it is supposed to. but clearly it is not. >> we'll ask our sunday panel about the political hall out. all right here on fox news sunday. >> more tough questions for the nsa after the washington post reported this week that the agency violated policy rules. >> nation's most secretive spy agency intercepted e-mails and calls during that time and did not report the unauthorized surveillance. joining us with reaction is senator rand paul. senator, welcome back to fox news sunday. good to be with you. >> good morning. >> it was a little more than a week ago that the president insisted to the american people that there was oversight of the program and there was no talk of abuses. >> what you are not reading about is, the government actuall
and shocking video out of syria this week that seem to show the assad regime is engaged in the largest use of chemical weapons since saddam hussein attacked his people a quarter century ago. bob returned. we are told u.s. navy ships are moving closer to the coast of syria. president obama says this is a big event of grave concern but the president then adds we need to act deliberately. >> what we've seen is that folks will call for immediate action jumping into stuff that does not turn out well. gets us mired in very difficult situations. >> senator corker, how much proof does president obama need, and if he decide that bashir el assad used chemical weapons on a large scale against his people, what should he do? >> chris, the amount of social media coming out of syria indicates this is not something where opposition forces have contrived something. i think it's very evident that regime has acted in this way. i do think it's always good to be cautious, but my sense is that this has happened. i think we will respond in a surgical way. i hope the president, soon as we get back to washington,
of the kids. this day could come a little later. in the meantime, folks up, tucker barnes joining us and what the kids are going to face at it is bus stop. no rain, please, today. >> allison, more importantly less traffic. >> exactly. people are nicer in the summertime. >> they are. little bit of fog south and west. mostly cloudy conditions. little warmer than yesterday. highs near 80s. nice and cool, reagan national. 62 dulles, bw marshal 63. dulles reporting fog. we have had widespread fog south and west of the city early this morning, manassas, front royal, winchester, you guys have been dealing with reduced visibsibi y visibiliti visibilities. it will be a mostly cloudy day, some of the shower activity into southern virginia, some of that will sneak in later today. we'll have scattered showers in the forecast. upper level low associated with storm system from yesterday. we were not quite done with the rain threat but bright sunshine by tomorrow. plenty of clouds, few showers. highs in the low 80s. you may see little sunshine as well. lots more on the weather coming up, let's do traffic wi
, outer loop, traffic moving towards us, slowly moving. new hampshire avenue, lots of payment, not that many cars, much better than usual for your friday commute. that is a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> steve, thank you. a big weekend in the nation's capitol ahead of the 50th anniversary of march on washington. >> you could be impacted by the traffic changes, fox 5's matt ackland woke up early this morning, allison. >> i love matt ackland. >> he is live. >> good morning, matt. it is >> reporter: what a beautiful weekend it will be to celebrate this anniversary of such an important piece of history. if you are coming to the city early, there is something for you to do, this is west potomac park, that is where the global freedom festival will get underway at noon. we can show you a list of what is taking later on realize the dream rally tomorrow morning, worship service on sunday at howard university. wisdom, you brought up the traffic issue. folks are saying if you can get by public transit. it is good to know the memorial bridge will be closed 6:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. th
. the government is not calling it a coo. that would require cutting off of u.s. military aid. >> the law is what the law is. president is in defiance of the law. when there is military take over, our aid must end. >> most of the military most of the aid has been delivered, all except four f-16s and helicopters. >> the muslim brotherhood is showing no backing down. >> coming up at 6:11, a safer school year in one prince george's neighborhood. we have the weekend box office results coming up next. ♪ [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be great if all devices had backup power? the chevrolet volt does. it's ingeniously designed to seamlessly switch from electricity to gas to extend your driving range. dpn that's american ingenuity to find new roads. right now, get a 2013 chevrolet volt for around $269 per month. >> welcome back to "fox 5 morning news." time now 6:14. lee daniels the butler is no. 1 at the box office. took in 25 million dollars in debut win. loosely based on reae of white house butler eugene allen. did pretty good. >> i would still like to see it. i haven't gone. i see it is pretty good
around at the scene. northbound i-95 being diverted eastbound. you may want to use baltimore washington parkway. no accidents between college park and bethesda. we have reports of debris and clean up continues northbound i-95 in virginia. eastbound 66 losing speed. that is a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >> we are following breaking news former pakistani president sharraf has been charged with murder on buda. basharaf is currently confined to his home outside islam ma bad. >> there are reports the white house has decided to temporarily hold up aid to the country. today the leader of the muslim brotherhood was arrested at an apartment in cairo, mohammed bodi will go to trial later this month. ousted president morsi is supported by muslim brotherhood. a flight on the way to austin, a passenger tried to open an emergency door. no word on any charges in this case. >> family, friends and teammates remembering a george mason student. >> 21-year-old patrick considered a top notch volleyball player. a family member thinks he walked along after getting off at the wrong stop. his coach sai
mcgrady joining us this sunday morning. good morning. >> good morning to you and everyone else out there this morning. it's a wet weather pattern and the showers will be around at least in some form or fashion right on through the day today. we start with a look at temperatures that have fallen another degree. we're down to 67 degrees in the city. gaithersburg at 64. everybody is coming in just about around the mid-60's and so with the clouds and showers moving across. you can see across the city now on the radar there's light rain. the heaviest of the rain -- and by no means is it heavy -- is just down to the south, coming up through stafford and into elite western sections of charles county. over the last couple of hours, you can see this moving up i-95. if it's not raining where you are now, it's going to get here. here's what it looks like through the day. showers at 10 a.m. showers at 2 p.m. it looks like the trend for the afternoon is going to be just a little bit drier. i'm going to leave a few scattered showers around for tonight. temperatures with the clouds and the rain i
the fall wardrobe is coming out. >> i used to hate it because bec your parents buy you those fall clothes and you can't wear them. because it's 80s. >> lanes open between college park and bethesda. there's a change in the traffic patterns, volume that is with w the kids going back to school. h keep your eyes open for yelloweo buses this morning and little ones kicking it at the bus stopp waiting for the bus. so far no issues on 95 and 395 traveling between the occoquan o and pentagon.n. that's a check of your traffic. >> thanks. t whether they like it oar not -- or not it's back-to-school for students. it's the first i did on the job for the new prince grg's county superintendent. dr. kevin maxwell was hand picked to prince george's county. he purchasely served as a teacher, principal and administrator in the system.yste we'll have more on the first day of school. calling all high school fashionistas we want to see the stylish outfits you are wearing. you are first because today iss your first day. take a pic and twees us your back-to-school selfie. you can tweet us @myfoxdc and include t
when the egyptian military used bulldozers, and snipers ton snatch two promorsi sitten sit-n cairo. they commanded his reinstatement since a coup forced him out ofof the power six weeks ago. they forced the first free election after a popular uprising forced new bar ic toic stenew bar ic.but he lost favore economy stagnated and he pushed toward strict islamic law. neither the muslim brotherhood nor the military will back down the united states has condemnedd the military action, will, back upstairs.upai >> brian, i know you will have more on this tonight at 6:00. >>> there's more issues for the nsa the washington post reveals new evidence that the agency way spying on more americans.americ the agency admits to breaking privacy rules, they say it's all a mistake. craig boswell has the latest. >> reporter:after receiving an n audit from the nsa from admitted leaker edward snowden, "the washington post" reports, the spy agency overstepped the legal bounds thousands of times. the audit turned up fe 380000 incidents in a year. a that is what happened in washington d.c. as the type graph
for parents pushing kids in strollers. listen to what it used to be like before the new crossing signal went in. >> you had to look at that light down there, make sure it was re before you crossed and then youy got to worry about if they're speeding or not.ee then you have tdio look at that light all the way down there tot make sure they're not speeding and with a baby, it's harder, way harder. >> reporter: besides the signale there are new signs and flashing lights to alert motorists in both directions about the t pedestrians crossing up ahead. >> wait. >> reporter: and when they cross, a constant and very loud beep sound. s >> i'm glad that it's here because it prevents a lot of accidents happening on that corner. >> reporter: if it saved one life, county officials who have been pushing for the improvements say it will all be worth it. audrey barnes, fox 5 news. >> in dharls county, deputies d need the public's help need the driver who hit a man in a a wheelchair and left the scene around 61:00 last night at saint charles parkway and saint thomas drive. investigators say the 34-year-old vi
in syria and new reports that the country used chemical weapons on its own people. u n security council is backing an investigation into those reports. one hundred people have died from the chemical attack. the syrian government is denying involvement. a u.n. chemical weapons team is already on the ground in syria, investigating previous allegations of chemical weapons use. >>> a luge blow to the islamic moverment in egypt. the leader of the muslim brotherhood arrested coming amid-more violent protests against the rewhraoes/ of the former military leader. he was being held on a corruption case and still faces charges for his role in the death of protesters under his regime. meanwhile, temporary suspension of relief. >>> more of the solemn wreath laying at the tomb of the unknowns. >>> radar. they are getting pounded and the lightening is just incredible. hang in there, folks. this thing is moving rather slowly. let me put it in motion here. to leonardtown, all of this moving in your direction, might even be a little bit of small hail inside off that. a couple of showers l
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